Are you the child or a parent of a child who was convicted by a juvenile court of a status offense (conduct, which if committed by an adult, would not be a crime–likes being beyond the control of a parent) or a public offense (conduct which, if committed by an adult, would be a crime, like a felony or misdemeanor) and you want that offense expunged? Yes No Was the juvenile conviction transferred to adult court? Yes No Go the Felony Expungement. Are there criminal misdemeanor or felony charges pending against you or your child now? Yes No You are not currently eligible for an expungement. Has 2 years passed since you or your child was released from the control of the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) or the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS)? Yes No Is the conviction for a sex offense or violent offense? Yes No Is the expungement for a misdemeanor, violation or status offense (conduct, which if committed by an adult, would not be a crime–like being beyond the control of a parent)? Yes No You may be eligible for Juvenile help. View materials and instructions Is the expungement for a felony? Yes No Have you gotten a felony expungement before? Yes No You are probably not eligible for expungement, but talk to an attorney.